The Handwork teacher

I am a mother to two beautiful girls and I teach Handwork and Fine Arts in our local waldorf charter school in Arizona.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

4th grade and more

scrap horse 3rd grade7th grade head

4 comments:

Sarah said...

I don't know if you read my blog much, but there's a little window into handwork class in my current post. Apparently the kitchener stitch is officially a recess activity.

Nadja Lazar said...

What a colourful variety of your work. But today I have a totaly differnt questiopn for you. Do ypu know anything about being pegnant and teaching handwork? I am in the middle of my second pregnancy now and I teach two lessons a day (class 5 - class 8). I can not anything Steiner said about beong pregnant and teach hanwork and/or knit, crochet, sew or do te cross stich.
I woul very much appreciate your help.
Best regards, Nadja

Mama Ilse said...

What a beautiful work they made !

I'm have a 2 grader and 4 grader her at home and we are always looking for some ideas. May I ask , do you get the patterns from a book or do you make them yourself?

Thanks
Regards
Mamailse

Teaching Handwork said...

we are not using a book for the pattern but we do follow guidelines.
always dark on the bottom, mirror image and colors that match.

the pin cushion can be done in a 4 way mirror or 2 way mirror. I don't show one in this post. the pouch that you see the kids embroidering is done 2 way. a line in the middle and dark at the bottom and light to the top